It is with great pride and exuberance (and that’s a big word) that I can announce that Ross Adgar’s (of Adgar Productions) film The Railway Carriage has been accepted into the Nightpiece Film Festival which is part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
This is a great feat in its own right because to have any piece of work accepted into any festival is a testament to the perseverance and drive of the writer, director (which in this case are both Ross) and the team of people involved with making a film a realisation. I’ve been told that 1991 films from over 99 countries were submitted to the Nightpiece Festival. The festival only has enough room for approximately 70-100 films to be shown so to say Adgar Productions The Railway Carriage is a good film would be a big understatement.
It also means good things for Scruffy Mutt and yours truly too as I was the Director of Photography for the Film. But of course this announcement wouldn’t be possible if Ross hadn’t written such a great script and if the leading man Mr. Dean Sills hadn’t worked so hard in promoting the film.
All in all, it’s a good day to be able to make films with such creative people who have so much passion and drive in what they do.